Fast Track BSN
Enjoy the flexibility of online learning with the stability of in-class instruction!
Nursing is one of the most highly regarded and rewarding professions today. Nurses provide patient-centered care in hospitals, doctor's offices, schools and other settings. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for registered nurses is expected to grow by 15% from 2016 to 2026, compared to 7% growth across all occupations.
Walsh University's Fast Track BSN option allows busy, working adults to enjoy the flexibilty of online learning without sacrificing the stability of in-class instruction. Lectures will take place online, with weekend and evening hands-on clinical and laboratory experiences that take place in person.
- History of Excellence. Walsh University has a strong reputation for producing career-ready nurses. Walsh nursing students are known for having a 100% pass rate on their certification exams.
- Personal Attention. Our class sizes are small, giving students more one-on-one attention from their instructors.
- Accelerated Format. Designed for busy, working adults, this degree can be completed by taking online courses offered in accelerated 8-week sessions.
- Responsible Best Practices. As part of the Walsh University mission, we place a great deal of focus on the ethical practice of healthcare administration.
- State-of-the-Art Facilities - Including a newly renovated nursing lab/interactive classroom that features advanced educational technology such as a control room for instructors to record and observe students in simulation settings, a high fidelity simulation patient (iStan), a Fidelis Maternal Fetal Birthing Simulator, iPads, multiple monitors throughout the learning space, secure storage, instructor work station, birthing bed, infant warmer, ventilator and cardiac defibrillator.
A high percentage of Walsh Nursing students pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) and go on to practice nursing at local and national healthcare facilities. Walsh students are highly regarded in the clinical setting, and often times a student's clinical experience leads to a full-time job as a registered nurse after graduation.